The Battle of Stalingrad was so significant for the Allies was because it was

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The Battle of Stalingrad was so significant for the Allies was because it was the first major loss for the Germans and the Axis powers. Analysis 2:Hitler had stressed a lot of importance for this battle to gain support ofthe German people and when they lost, it became a huge humiliation.Topic Sentence 2:The Battle
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Evidence 1:The german set up to the battleAnalysis 1:In 1942 German offensive mobilized three million soldiers, seeking a decisive victory to finish the campaign. Hitler wanted to occupy some large territories but with fewer troops, which of course was not a feasible plan.Analysis 2:Bad roads and bad weather hampered much of the military supply lines of the Reich, the advancement of the army was not followed by a corresponding increase of supply lines resulting in a lack of supplies.Evidence 2:The Actual battle and aftermathAnalysis 1:On July 12 the Stalingrad front is formed, and with the beginning of German offensive, the state of siege is declared in the city on August 25, 1942. An atmosphere of homeland in danger had settled among the entire Soviet society, Stalin's first political response to the crisis was the issuance of Order No. 227 known by name
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